NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY/GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
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SENIOR MAP EDITOR AND MAP LIBRARY AND ARCHIVE DIRECTOR AT THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY, ADJUNCT PROFESSORIAL LECTURER (YES, THEY ACTUALLY CALL US THAT. CNA YOU IMAGINE?), GEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY, GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
hi Eric, how fascinating! since there is gender for all nouns and adjectives in Latin, what you want is "Agitatus" (for a guy) - "Agitatum" would be the neuter form. it's a good choice - "agitatus" in Latin means something that is constantly in motion because it is being driven, drawn, compelled... it wasn't used with that mental metaphor by the Romans though. if you want something more authentically Latin, you could say "turbatus," which is the word the Romans used for someone who was disturbed, shaken up, agitated. :-)
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